Dr. A. P. J. Abdul Kalam Technical University, UPSEE is a state level entrance test organized by Dr. A. P. J. Abdul Kalam Technical University, UP for providing admission into Engineering, Architecture, Pharmacy, Design, Management and Computer Applications etc., students are also provided admission into B.Tech, B.Pharma and MCA through lateral entry where through UPSEE scores students get entry to various private / government and other affiliated institutions
Why UPSEE is Important
UPSEE is important in that it is a qualification recognized all over India. In fact, in the IGNOU answer book, UPSEE has been listed as a qualification recognized all over India. In most institutions, UPSEE scores are considered in admissions, even where UPTET or CET scores are accepted. It is also important because UPSEE is the most prominent engineering entrance test in the entire country.
But there are also numerous reasons to avoid UPSEE and take a step back and prepare for UPTET. Read below if you want to know why UPSEE can be a good option to reduce stress and dedicate time for your studies.
Other option: UPTET
UPSEE is a professional level examination which takes an average of 6-7 hours to complete the paper with multiple choice questions.
Educational Qualifications Required for UPSEE
3 years of graduation or equivalent level of education
Except for the Pharmacy department, 3 years of practical course is essential for admission to all other departments.
UPSEE score is an important gateway to higher education for the candidates who are aspiring for a degree in engineering, architecture, pharmacy, medical, management, nursing, culinary, fashion designing and other engineering, pharmacy and pharmacy allied programmes.
It is also one of the important opportunity for professional courses.
UPSEE is conducted in two phases:
The result of the UPSEE is announced on the same day of the final result of D.Pharm.
Candidates can access their results by the following means:
UPSEE is considered to be one of the toughest engineering entrance tests in India.
What to expect from the exam
The UPSEE exam will contain objective type questions. The UPSEE exam is divided in to 3 sections for Physics, Chemistry and Maths. The exam will comprise 75 questions for each subject. Candidates will be allowed one attempt and there will be no negative marking. UPSEE will be followed by a Tier-1 and a Tier-2 Exam. Candidates can visit their allotted college for the Tier-1 Exam only. Candidates need to pay their fee at their respective Colleges before filling the application form.
When it comes to preparing UPSEE exams, it is necessary for one to prepare their own time tables and schedule of examination dates. If you are unable to reach your study place on time, you might lose your exam time to other students who will finish their preparation in time. Therefore, it is very important to carefully plan your study schedule and try to complete all assignments on time.
It is recommended to select your subjects and also one should work for subjects on which you have less score. This can give you a competitive edge over the other students who will be working in subjects which they will be giving the exams. When preparing for UPSEE, one should develop a realistic study strategy.
How to Prepare for the UPSEE Exam
Download the UPSEE 2017 official admit card The UPSEE 2017 admit card will be available from the UP state level exam website – www.up.nic.in from 8th April 2017. They are bound to release the UPSEE 2017 admit card before 14th April 2017
To see the UPSEE 2017 admit card and to download the same, download the admit card and follow the steps given here-
Download the UPSEE 2017 Admit Card from UP state level exam website www.up.nic.
When to start Preparing for the Exam
The UPSEE exam time table and UPSEE online entry process is opened and released every year in February. Even though there are specific time and date in which to start preparing for UPSEE exam, it is advised to start practicing as early as possible, so that you can take a good guess on the actual date and time of the UPSEE examination. Although UPSEE entrance tests are conducted at more than 70 examination centres across the country in the month of March and April, you can begin preparing for UPSEE online entrance test in the month of January itself.
Upcoming UPSEE exams 2021
UPSEE Prelims 2021 – The UPSEE preliminary exam is a mere formality to establish the eligibility of UPSEE aspirants to appear in the UPSEE main examination.
It is strongly recommended that students should go through following steps before appearing for the examination:
1. This is the time to reflect on the whole preparations, one should always make sure to go through the previous question papers and exam schedule before going for the entrance exam.
2. Students should not forget to study and prepare for various optional subjects that could bring any change in the score and reduce the gap with others.
3. Students should practice the question papers to better their preparation. It is necessary for their preparation that the question paper has been solved and reviewed by various students, professors or previous participants in the entrance exam.